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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - August 15, 1908, Lethbridge, Alberta lltHjniPai, AVTAr, aATURDAY, AUOUlT Hi ttil, frt^Wd by W� Daily Herald Printing ' Ltd.. ttttf lAWtal fiTenlng at bfflee. Round St.. Letbbrldge, pp.; Ltd: itim, Otoada^ ...^.A. tliOHANANi Managing Dt. Olitf, out, year, delivered ..... DsUy. aixl in^th. �leU��t�d. .. 2.g ,�,Dvily. thltM mdtifai. deltverod.. 1.00 VDiUr. on# mtmihi daUvered M . OdIIX. 0D8 jrear. by mail ;..... fOO ' Daily, liz inbntht. by maU .... 1.76 D�i)7i three tnbntbt, by inail .. .08 ;�eeUy Herald, one yeAr...... 1.60 V 4ddreatei obaiiged.iaa.ufieD as de-�tred; but both new and oid addreaa : oDuat be glren. MONpAY'S By-l.>W Sliall Ui6 city buy tho Kloctvlc Company's ploiil? This is tho (luco-tion asked in tho submission oi tlie bylaw on JUoadhy. llOforo answur-ing tho question it is l>cst to sec the position tho city Is in ut present. It itt hard up ngaiust tho wutor proposition. The present pumjp is worki.iti; nearly to its full capacity and anoth er pump is an absolute uuccsHity to give the city an ailonuaie water supply.' Thu Klectric Company has a cohtrnct with the city to supply power to operate another pump li a second pump is installed. th� city would have to put m ics own plant. To put in another plant fur that purpose alone would cost iiiQu-itely more than tho present contract price which the council considers too high now but which the company thinks is too low and for which they would not contract again. This being the case, the city would of "iio-ccssity go into the business of supplying light and power, untcring into competition with the compam-. Tho Company now has tho business and in order to get a share ot it the city would have to give cheaper light and power than the Company. This would lead to a cutting of prices that both parties would lose money till one or tho other gave up. ilore-over. If tlic city went into the business, it would have to operate on a small scale at first, which is known to be a money-losing proposition. The city apparently^ must have its own system which to bo prolitable must ))� large and without opposition. The city now has the chauc^i to buy a going business with the monopoly of the city. Moreover, tlie business is a profitable one. It would not be fair to the company to publish the figures but the council's committee and the Herald have both had an opportunity of examining the company's books and can state that thu profits of the Klectric Company since th'o installation of the metres are such for the past seven months as to provide nmplo profits to pay tlie interest on the debonturcs and provide a sinking fund to retire tho debou-lures for the whole sum named in tho bylaw. the wire Is eomparativftly now, The present system has a carrying cap-, aclty of tun thousand lights while there ares about sov^on thousand on tho service now. In those purtlcularfl tho Company, di-sngrecd with.lho un^ gineor's report.' However, to moot tho city's i-nor, based on this i-cport, thoy offered io split tho difTcroncc with an addition ot. five per cent, for tho business as a going concern. This makes the price of tho plant about sovcnty-flve thousand dollars. It would cost nearly if i�ot qunO ns much as this to put in a now system with tho disndvantagos mentioned abovo. Tho investment i.s a paying business. It is making good money now and under tho n\oro economical civic management will juako more. There may be a ." FtirHuTHiore, both were anxious to have it bo. lievod they had entirely forgotten each other.  One day the young ninn culled, o�-t:>nsibly on businrs.s with her fntlier, on which occasion it chanced she .sliould nnewer tlic door bell. The young tnan wh.s gnnio. 'Par. don me,", he.said will) the politest ol boWs. "Miss Eaton, I beJifV.j. Is your fatlicT iu?" "1 nm sorry to say he is not,"responded ihii young woman, without tlie slightest sign oi recognition, "Do you wish to see I'.ini peraonnlly?" "Yes," replied tlie young man, ns ho turned to go down tlie steps. "I beg your pardon," culled the young womnii, as he reached tho low. est step, "but who shall 1 siiy call, cd." knottier Car I of Hardware MW^ ,..." TRACK TODAY Thos. W. Crothors, tho Ontario gentleman, who refused to ncccpt a fee for serving on the Ontario Hook Commission, will Ix) here nc.\t week. jV man who has such little use for money will be,well worth seeing. Lord lioborts, it is hinted, got out of Canada in a hurry because some of the cities, notably Toronto, wanted him to show himself off. We all ndmire liobs and the good old soldier knows it without the pouring in upon him of addresses, university de-prees, banquets, every hour of the (lay and brass banils to escort him from one street to another. The not !�ble men from across the ocean prefer to see Canada (luietly. Thoy do not come over to Canada to contract a tired feeling but rather to get rid of it. Tho city pays a big sum each month to the company for power, light and sundries. For tlie past seven months the bills for power hava been January -478.30. February ?43'1.8l, Jlarch. S-Isa.-JS, April 3508.81. May $013.-16, Juno ?621.'I2 and July, tho hot weather' month, $709.'IJ. The street lighting costs SSy.yo a month, light for the city building- about 30, and sundries, such,as new bulbs, etc.. another $30 a month. These nieun an outlay of about $o,."jUU a year. This is a big sum for what th'j city can in'oduce for ilself ut a great (leal smaller cost. It is not necessary to show UuU the cily cc)\ilil operate the system at a. great ileal less expensi.' Ihiin the coiiJp�ii\'. Tho present council, with Hu- exception of Aid. {!iiniiin(j;hani, sccni in favor of moving the plant to the river-bottom and the bylaw pnjvidos about fifty thousand doUais Ic r this work. Hut it is l.y n(j means settled that this shall be done. It will nc ile-cidod when it is soein whether or nut tho plant can bo ojieraled .qatisfai;-torily at the pi'e.seiit .silc. .Many are of the opini(jii that It can be doiii-and if that is so. onl.v n. small portion of the fifty thousand will have to Ijo spent in providing a suitable building and necessary in)provnments. Qstting Back at An Inlerruptsr (Toronto Saturday Night.) At the roeent provincial elections, among tiie now members chosen ns follower.^ of Mr. Whitney, was Air. J. \V. Johnsor). oi Belleville. Hp ViUS, long bt?en n protiiinent figure on po.'^ litical platforms in that si'dion oi Ontario, and has devoted consider, rbli' study to the finances of the pro. vincc and the Dominion. Mr. John, sou was mnyor of Hcllevillc for four-t'rins, and for over a quarter of a century has bron at the liead of a business eolhgo in that city. Hp i.s n ii.-iiier p>i\sident of tlu; Chartered jSccoantants of the province. In Ihe rp;Ta hou.se, Trenton, one night in tlie thick of a cainpiiign in West Hastings ho was severely eritici/.ing lite fiscal policy of the Ftdernl gov. crnjm'nt and idealijig with somVi iipavy items oj expenditure. Mr. Johnson has a rather ponder, ous style of delivery, and, on this particular occasion, was in no "mood to brook intcrruplinu when sudden, ly a voic(; from tho gallery pipt'ped suddenly, and glaring at the fresh young man, who iiad been guilty of voicing his opin. i n unnskfil, .said calmly, but most pointedly: "My dear fvllow; I am tiere this ovcninp loaded for b.'ar and have no time 1o stop to skin a .likunk." Th:' big audionco lauglii'd until its sides were sore and the fresh elector who had bei'U tho tar. got of the shot, hastily mad.' iii.s way out of thi- building. The Bentlejf Co. ltd. i �k::;�Ble inHetiil n iHiiiiitE GET YOUR SHOES AT GERMAN'S THE HUB CAFE Has now opened its new room and can claim to have the hirRest as well as the best restaurant accommodation in Soulhcrn Alberta. Western Statioiieni Co. ltd. IjAteat Designs and Novol-tiea in Glass luk Wells , Drawing Paper Rubber Sponges Bankers^ Cake* T. Pins S|)eoial Binders Expanding Envelopes Weis Vertical Piles and Transfer Canes The largest and best line ot IPapeteries in Southern Alberta No Onler too Large No Ortler too Small LETHBRIDGE ALTA. Best Bargains in City R0al Estate r The C J. BoiiiBn^ 1^^^^^ I PntBffinllsei Pfe0H2ll The Toronto Worltl, a Conservative paper, edited liy W. V. .Maclean, .M.r., has the following to say about a much misrepresented and abused Liberal: If there be truth in the rumor that Sir. Sifton is once more to acceiit a position in tho cabinet, a new light will be cast upon his career. lie lins suffered the penalty of every man of con.structive imagination. Twelve yenr-s ago he outlined |ilans for the future of Canada, which are now being appreciated and becoming Intelligible. Being misunilerstood he was at that time criticized for what has proven to be his foresight. On the floor of the llousi! Mr. Sifton's uitcruaces have always wmmunded resjiert becan.se of their conciseiioss. and pith. It can never he said of him that he is one who "sucers fools gladly." .\s a man of llio laisiness rapacity in tla." large .sphere of government he has shown hini.self aliTt. adroit and competent. lie is .i injiii worth having in the service of bis countrv. A MODUS VIVENDI London, Aug. 13.-The foreign olfi-c in announcing tonight the conclu.s-ion of a n)ou ligmi-s ro-spectlvcly nt ?i-.2,'159, 2(),18!), Sli,-000, ami S2,O()0, a total of $83,(MS, or a (lifTerencc of about �22,()00, The UoiiipHny in then- letter to tin-Oouncil Said that they could not n^c-oRiiizo the roiJort of Mr. Smith in liome i)artlculiirH. Thoy coiisidured his estimate of tho plant as ab.surdly low oven if the IniildinK wero value-IcKs. Thoy claim that the onKines and thu fjeneratorH are as xood ns nuw. Only one boiler will liavo to bo rei>Uiri>d. Thoy point out that ho I'laces tho value of the transmission lino at SJ9,-100 but says that a new line wouhl cost 10.000. Tho Coin-\>imy in this regard point out that tho metres are all now, tho trunslor-uiors are of tho best and havo heou |)Ut iu durinK tho last few years, and Bomo recently. The pole line has been i-enowed and 'riie city noeils a now stand pipe ^.l oiuo. Tho picsfiit oik" is Koiiii^ t,, ruin liccauMi' it is impossililo to li .ivo it empty lont? onoUKh to scrape nal paint it to prevent the lorrndini? that i.s ({oinK on con.sti'iil 1.. , li v'W not take long to put it in a cmnii-tioii that it cannot lio used. With a ! .second stuiidliipo it will bo possilile t to keep lioth in good rojiair. Voli- j lor a iK^w one by voting; for the ' ,,' \ law (\n .Ntonda.v. 4 SEVERED IN TWAIN Our UiU'ercnt Lines of Children's Picture Books and ^ Boys' and Girls' Reading Books Have been bout^ht at ii bargain iintl aro beiiij? sold at Half Price jj R. SIGE THE picTuiiE fmiiiEii i ICE CREAM Soft Drinks Frnit and Confectionery BUDD" REED Sticccsaor fo G. W. H. lit-ed Phone 211 HEAD OFFICE-VICTORIA, B. C. On August- 17th, 18th and 19th, the Canadian Pacific Railway will sell tickets to Vancouver, B. C, Victoria, B. C. and New Westmineter, B. C. at single fare plus $2 for the round trip. Tickett will b:ar a going trans* it limit of twanty days and a final retu.-n limit of sixty days from tSe date of sale. Stop overs will be aU lowed within ths going and returning limits. 203.10 RIWCHERii Mill STOGKMEI LIVERY BARN TO EXCHANGE FOR STOCK- Livery barn on ReKina-Prince Albert brrnch of C. N. Rv. with room lor IGO head horses, in live town of 700 jiopulaiion, gooa school,- country well settled. Will take stock for part or full payment. For particulars see FORD TYLER Lethbridge Hotel, Lethbridge. The University of Alberta STRATHCONA. ALTA. Claas^i open Sepiim^ei 23rd, 1908. Coursea offered leading to B.A. and B.Sc. Degrees. Four echolarshipg of $100.00 each open for competition at tho Matric. Illation Examinations in Sept.'mber. For particulars write tho Preaident of the University, Strathcona, Alta. THE MISSES BROOK Faahionable Dressmakers Cluldren'a Clothes and Plain Sewing- AT THE BIJOU TONIGHT, MONDAY NIGHT AND TUESDAY NIGHT 'i'iii' Hcli'iiii, Moiitanii, pap'-rn iinvc the tulliiwini; to �ay about lii-r; Donna TcrcsHa, the Sjianish iiiflit. iiigalc presents one of tin- ijio.st beau, tiliil ami iirtistii- sC'iii's Unit havi' been scMii at tlio Family for .soini' liinr. ll is a danci' in wliicli slii' i^taiidK Iji'iiulifull {.'"WikmI in tin- rays o| lifilil from tlu' .stcroopticon as liipli. ly colorid pictures are tlirown on tlie screen beliiiirl lier. "The Griiil Northwest," a little sketcli of real western life in iliu early days is put on by .Miss Gi rlrude Dodd and Mr. Hartley Cainpljell Rice. The ccj.stuin. iIl^' of tlie performers and the seen, eiy are features of tliin numb r. Tiii' iiKivini; pietuies consist of two serii's. The Ihst shows u modern nirsliip makiiitr a fliulil. mid comini! down. Till' other is of a liiimorous nature in wliicii an old inuid, ii dog and a lietti(og(;ir are tlie priiicipnlK. IJoiiiia Tere�sa, in iier novelty hut. t-rlly daiici' was heartily ajipreciiiled. Her jiuse.s itlastiqiie is u very unifiui-and pretty tir.tl. The .slideH us(;d for her act are {.'orfreous. Tonight she will add a special feature, singing two very (iretty classical soiig�. Her voici' is very exlruordiniiry. Wherewill you Spend your Vacation? If you ;iro looking for a place providing exi-elleiit linnlinf,'. Ilsliing, boating,etc., combined with magnificpnt scenery and um^xcellcil hotel accoininotlatioii, come to CROW'S NEST and stay nt tho SUMMIT HOTEL Rates 12 and up ANDY GOOD, Proprietor The Alberta Bailway and Irrigation Company Is now offering for sale the CHEAPEST LOTS ON THE MARKET lots North of the Railroad and West of Westminster Hd. - $150 = Also a few Acre Lots East of Westminster Road, $300 each TERMS EASY One-third cash, one-third (S nisntlis. buhmco 12 mouths. Intoreet B per cent, per annum Appl) HlbertB Rilliiy ind irrigitloii Co. (Imil Depirtmeiit), Letlbrlilge, llti. W. R. BROWN HouKe painter, p.ip;r hunger, wood finisher, etc. ' Car.-iaga Painting a Specialty I'hoiip 124 52 Argyle Lethbridge Lodge (39) A. F. & A. M., G. R. A. Regulnr meeting night, tlic third Thursday .of eaijh month in the Masonic Hall, P. O. Ulock. at 8 p.m. Visiting brolhrtn will ttlwijys receive n hearty welcomi.'. A.C.MKSSKB, .- G.V.STORKKY. W. M. Secretary. P. O. Box 1>.T7 leUbrldge lerie No. Ill 1st Prcmpxeo by tho rapid-Jy increasing demand forlialh Room Fixtures, woliavejust received a very beautiful line of new and artistic ilesigns covering a wide range of prices. Tlie Fixtures aro of tlie finest, most durable nicklo plate, and such that you could not but be interested in their beauty and utility. It would boa pleasure to have you call and examine them whether you aro an intending purchaser or not. Tl-TT C W. GRAY HARDWARE irrHBRlDGE :: ALTA. First-class Cafe IN TUBER HOTEL Short Order Between Meals CARROLL & DOYLE Meets and ilrd Mondnvp in K. of 1' riall at 8 o'clock. Visitin� bretliron'aro cordially invited. S. G. DA VIES, W.r 24.1y T. J. WHITE, W. � Canadian Order of Foresters Court No. 262 Meets ill K. of V Hail last Thursday of month. Visiting Brethren Welcome J. F. ROGERS, C.R A. NEIDIG, F.S. LuTMBRIOGE LOUub NO. 3a C. B. P. O. E. Meets on l!ie second Tuesday of each month at �.1& p.m. : : : : E. A. SHAHMAN, M. PRIEST. E- li. Secretary. Lodge Pride of Alberta, No. 293, Sons of England Benefit Society Meot in tbu KiiIkLIb of I'ylUlu� Hall Bvcry fliMt unci tlilnl Thuruiluy In tlio moulh lit U p.m. ViBidng Lntliivn ulwiiys wel CMIUt. Walter Aipl.ilii, W. l'r�*:dcut. l''ic(l T. Rublim, Sie. Box 67. -Lothbridga Lodge No. X-NORTH-WE8T ASSOCIATION Of STATIONARY ENGINEERS Meet In the Lnbor Hall evci-y aeo-nod and fourth Monduya in the month. Euiployers r&inlring certificated eu-gineers, and engineers out of employment, would do well to communicate with us. ROBERT NEVIN. Ohiet W. A. DICKSON. Sectetaty. 44-lyrd-v ;